Dist provides highly available and super fast private Docker Container Registries and private Maven Repositories as a fully managed, cloud hosted service. With a focus on performance, reliability, and security, Dist is the simplest way to privately distribute artifacts across your team, systems, and customers.
Dist works with native tooling (such as Maven, Gradle, sbt, Docker, and Kubernetes) and offers role-based access control and access tokens for granular authorization and authentication. It also offers a simple per user pricing model with unlimited usage, making it perfect for small and large teams alike.Visit Website
MyGet is a Universal Cloud Package Manager. MyGet provides private, cloud-based package management for NuGet, npm, Maven, Python and Ruby packages (with more on the way!) so that software teams can manage all their dependencies in one place and focus on shipping great software. Proxy upstream packages or upload your own internal builds, integrate with build pipelines, scan for vulnerabilities and license compliance, and more.Visit Website
CloudRepo is a cloud-native artifact repository manager offering both public and private repositories, for Python and Maven repositories. CloudRepo allows high-performance software development teams to securely store and share artifacts for use in other builds and development processes.
They describe their typical client as a leader or member of a small to medium team that can’t afford to spend time and resources installing, maintaining, or configuring their repository manager (ie. Artifactory or Nexus) and other build tools.Visit Website
RUDDER is a free, open source, and multi-platform configuration management and continuous audit solution dedicated to production infrastructure needs. It is written in Scala and C, and is used to help automate system configuration across large IT infrastructures. Built-in features include change requests, audit logs, and strong authentication. RUDDER is an established project with several tens of thousands of managed nodes in companies of all sizes.Visit Website
The Python Package Index (PyPI) is the official third-party public software repository for the Python programming language. PyPI helps users find, install, and distribute software developed and shared by the Python community. Pip, the Python package installation tool, is used to install files from PyPI.
PyPI is maintained by an independent group of developers known as the Python Packaging Authority (PyPA), and is supported by the Python Packaging Working Group (PackagingWG).Visit Website
Bower is a browser package manager that manages frameworks, libraries, assets, and utilities, installs them, and makes sure they are up to date. It is a command line utility that must be installed with npm. Traditionally, web development projects would use npm to manage back-end dependencies and Bower to manage front-end dependencies. Bower runs over Git and is package-agnostic, meaning that packaged components can be made up of any type of asset.Visit Website
Quay is a hosted private container registry that stores, builds, and deploys container images. Quay also includes features for building and scanning images. It can scan Docker images for security vulnerabilities, identifying potential issues so that you can mitigate security risks. For an example, it can put a layer of indirection between the Docker image ID and the actual image storage that is specific to the repository to which it is associated.Visit Website
HashiCorp Vagrant is an open source tool for building and managing virtual machine environments. It is used in conjunction with tools that try to simplify software configuration management of virtualizations, such as VirtualBox, Docker containers, VMware, and AWS.Visit Website
CFEngine is a configuration management system written in C, and is available as both open source and commercial software. It provides automated configuration and maintenance of large-scale computer systems, such as servers, desktops, and mobile phones.Visit Website
Juju is an open source application and service modeling tool from Ubuntu that helps you deploy, manage and scale your applications on any cloud. With Juju, different authors are able to create service formulas, called charms, independently, and make those services coordinate their communication and configuration through a simple protocol. Juju can also be used together with Orchestra for physical deployments.Visit Website